OneRepublic is set to kick off its Native Summer Tour at Red Rocks on Wednesday, May 28, with the Script opening. Tickets go on sale this Friday, January 10, at 10 a.m. Keep reading to see what other shows are on sale, what songs were played on local radio this past week, and what's selling at local record stores.
Actor-turned-rapper Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, is coming to the Fillmore Auditorium on Thursday, April 24, in support of his latest effort, Because the Internet. Tickets are $32.50 and go on sale this Friday, January 10, at 10 a.m.
The Black Lips are due at the Bluebird on Wednesday, April 2, with the Coathangers. Early-bird tickets are $10 and go on sale this Saturday, January 11; after that, advance tickets are $15.75 and then go up to $19 the day of the show.
The Photo Atlas: Sat., Feb. 8, $7/$10. The Sword: With Brother and O'Brother, Tue., March 11, 7 p.m., $16/$18.
The Black Lips: With the Coathangers, Wed., April 2, 8 p.m., $15.75/$19. Yamn (CD release): Fri., March 14, 9 p.m., $10/$15.
The Pink Floyd Experience: Thu., March 13.
Childish Gambino: Tue., April 29, 8 p.m., $32.50/$35.
Chinese New Year's: Featuring Itchy-O, Sat., Feb. 1, 8:30 p.m., $13/$15. Etc!Etc!: With Bearsohmy, Thu., Jan. 30, 8:30 p.m., $15. The Magic Beans: Sat., March 1. Technicolor Tone Factory: Fri., Feb. 7.
Bombay Bicycle Club: With Royal Canoe, Sun., April 27, 8 p.m., $20. Denver Sk Fest: With Alpha Schoolmarm, Judge Roughneck, Synthetic Elements, P-Nuckle, Dendrites, the A-OKs, Sat., Feb. 22, 6 p.m., $10. Sideffect: With Driven By Turmoil, Michael Marrow, Nostalgia, Sat., Jan. 25, $10/$12. Switchfoot: With the Royal Concept, Wed., April 23, 7 p.m., $25/$30.
Breton: Thu., March 20. The Jekylls: Fri., Jan. 31, 9 p.m., $8/$10.
3 Pill Morning: With Averse to the End and Red Tide Rising, Thu., Jan. 16, 7 p.m., $10. The Panoramic: Sat., Jan. 18, $8/$10.
Candyland: With Kill Paris, Fri., March 14, 9 p.m., $20.75.
OneRepublic: With the Script, Wed., May 28, 7:30 p.m.
Patrick Dethlefs: With Eye & the Arrow, Fri., March 7, 8 p.m., $14. Ryan Shupe & the RubberBand: Fri., Feb. 7, 8 p.m., $18. Sarah Jarosz: Sun., Feb. 23, 7 p.m., $22.
We're currently tracking the playlists from a number of different shows, including KTCL's Locals Only, The Colorado Sound, an independently produced show that is broadcast all over Colorado, and The Colorado Wave*, which is syndicated on a number of stations across the country. Here's what the area's local-centric specialty radio shows were spinning this week.
Ivory Circle - "Beat the Drum" Rachel & the Kings - "Love Coming Down" Nathaniel Rateliff - "Nothing to Show For" James & the Devil - "Generic Love" The Coast Is Ours - "Sleeping Thru the Weekend" Your Own Medicine - "One Man Show" Dressy Bessy - "Hey Alice!" Mama Lenny & Remedy - "Not a Girl to Keep" Hunger Artist - "Look! Closer..." Ryan Chrys - "Winding Road" MOSS - "Ambitions"
String Cheese Incident "One Step Closer" Big Head Todd & The Monsters "Broken Hearted Savior" Grant Farm "Colorado" The Lovely & Talented "Death Of The Lover" Devotchka "Exhaustible" Tennis "100 Lovers" Ian Cooke "Fortitude" Toad In the Hole "FireGirl" My Body Sings Electric "Rings" Instant Empire "Cadillac Road" The Wild After "Lesson Learned" Sound Studies "Smoke and Mirrors" Tyler Ward "Keeping Secrets" Tom Gershwin "Harlem Nocturne" Joe Walsh "Rocky Mountain Way" Churchill "Made A List" The Motet "123" Katie Herzig "Little Bit of Love" Bop Skizzum "Say Something" Medic "Wake Me Up" The Czars "Paint the Moon" The Apples in Stereo "No One In The World" Whiskey Bottles "Baby, Your Bad Luck" Blake Brown & American Dust Choir "Rise n' Fight" Walker Shellist "Dream" The Knew "What's Hip (Long Walk)" Drag the River "Not That Kind" Peter Sommer "Looks Like This"
Crash Landings - Run Katey Laurel - Hurricane Rick K - Til The End of Time Raz - Mending Fences Honky Tonk Hangovers - The Train Bland and Wicks - Asian Eyes Paul Moran - Somewhere I've Never Been Potcheen Folk Band - Molly Anne Beehive - Pretty Little Thieves Liz Barnez - Time Will Do The Talking Be Thou My Vision - Homeland Lara Herscovitch - Another Year Bettys Not A Vitamin - Home
Top Local Sellers - Albums & Downloads
Beyonce's new self-titled disc was first at Independent Records, and Billie Joe and Norah's Foreverly were at the number one slot at Albums on the Hill and Twist & Shout.
01. Billie Joe & Norah - Foreverly
02. Yonder Mountain String Band - EP 13
03. eTown - Handmade Songs Volume One
04. Queens of the Stone Age - ...Like Clockwork
05. Guy Clark - My Favorite Picture of You
06. Beyonce - Beyonce
07. Whiskey Blanket - From the Dead of Dark
08. Tim Hecker - Virgins
09. Neptune's Only Daughter - Lateral Drift
10. Bastille - Bad Blood
01. Beyonce - Beyonce
02. Lorde - Pure Heroine
03. R Kelly - Black Panties
04. Eminem - Marshall Mathers LP 2
05. Eminem - Marshall Mathers LP 2(deluxe)
06. Arctic Monkeys - AM
07. Drake - Nothing Was the Same
08. Yo Gotti - I Am
09. Five Finger Death Punch - The Wrong Side of Heaven & the Righteous Side Of Hell, Vol. 2
10. Hopsin - Knock Madness
01. Billie Joe & Norah - Foreverly
02. Childish Gambino - Because The Internet
03. Lorde - Pure Heroine
04. Various Artists - Inside Llewyn Davis Soundtrack
05. DeVotchKa - Live with the Colorado Symphony
06. Valerie June - Pushin Against Stone
07. Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires
08. Ms Mr - Secondhand Rapture
09. Head and the Heart - Let's Be Still
10. Beyonce - Beyonce
01. Crime - Murder By Guitar 1976-1980
02. Bonnie Prince Billy - Bonnie Prince Billy
03. The Oh Sees - Singles Collection Vol. 3
04. Arcade Fire - Reflektor
05. Russian Circles - Memorial
06. Deltron 3030 - Event 2
07. The Warlocks - Skull Worship
08. Chrome - Half Machine From The Sun
09. Dead Meadow - Warble Womb
10. Cut Copy - Free Your Mind
01. Martin Garrix - "Wizard"
02. Juliet Sikora - "Set it Off"
03. Mako - "Beam"
04. Nicky Romero - "Rip it Up"
05. Thomas Schumacher - "Hush"
06. Henry Fong - "Requiem"
07. Arty - "Riot"
08. JoeySuki - "Life is Calling"
09. Ten Walls - "Requiem"
10. Steve Aoki - "Flight"
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